Protein Chocolate Cake
Sometimes we don’t have the inspiration to come up with a recipe ourselves. Usually we use a basic recipe and make our own variation of it. Only the other day I felt like baking something, but I just didn’t have the inspiration to came up with something. So I had a look at the website of Fit with Marit and saw this recipe. It looked easy, tasty and simple to make. As you know that’s something we also try to communicate to you with our recipes. I didn’t have spelt flour, so I used oatflour instead. The result, a healthier cake to eat after your workout!
- 120 grams of oats (I used the ultra fine oats from Body & Fit)
- 1 banana
- 3 eggs
- 200 grams of low fat quark
- 70 grams of protein powder
- 20 grams of chocolate powder
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Put in a bowl: the oats banana, eggs (2 eggs + 1 egg white), quark, protein powder, cocoa powder, baking powder and the water. Mix this whole (I used a hand blender). Line a cake tin with baking paper. Pour in the batter. Put this in the oven for 30 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius. Leave it in the oven for a while. Cut it in 10 slices.
Put some nuts or coconut rasp through it.
Nutritional value per piece of cake:
97 calories – 16.1 carbohydrates – 1.8 g fat – 0.8 g saturated fat – 6.9 g protein – 3.6 g fibre – 3.0 g sugars
Anna & Marit